Art is a diverse range of human activities in creating visual, auditory or performing artifacts ( artworks ), expressing the author’s imaginative or technical skill, intended to be appreciated for their beauty or emotional power. Instead, our intent is to summarize current knowledge about the connection between art and health, identify the most compelling next steps for investigation, and generate further interest in researching the complexities of art and health. It is designed to be used by art historians, as well as researchers in fields that do not traditionally use images.
ALYSON B. STANFIELD has published a fantastic roadmap that is geared toward artists in particular, but that I find to be a great guide to marketing for any small business owner. A variety of approaches, viewpoints, values and critiques concerning the role and purpose of art, craft and design education.
And this is coming from a ‘traditional artist’ (a dumb term; Even good digital art relies on the traditional rules). There was so much hostility against an art form, that it made me begin to realize that it wasn’t due to wanting to learn it, but that it was because it was a new medium taking over and making it easier than what my teachers once had to use.
They had the computers set up for it, and they had the programs (this was back in the early 2000s, so Photoshop was not as snazzy as it is now) that would allow digital art. Since Turnaround Arts’ launch in 2011 with eight pilot locations, it has expanded to 35 schools, with a goal of 75 schools in 15 states by 2016.
Education helps you understand yourself better, it helps you realize your potential and qualities as a human being. It is one of three Media Art courses I developed under the guidance of Annie Hamilton, Hope Brooks and Petrona Morrison back in 2006. Each century has its own form of American art revolving around the events that shaped America during that period.